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The American Academy of Actuaries said more insurers could bolt the market, and fewer people could end up being insured.
President-elect Donald Trump made his promise, which echoes past criticisms on drug pricing, in an interview for Time magazine's Person of the Year issue.
The nation's health insurers outline what the industry wants to stay in the state marketplaces.
The Urban Institute says nearly 59 million Americans would lack health insurance if the Affordable Care Act is partially repealed by Congress.
The nation's health insurers on Tuesday publicly outlined for the first time what the industry wants to stay in the state marketplaces. NYT reports.
By 2019, the number of people without insurance would be nearly 59 million, with an uninsured rate of 21 percent, a new analysis says.
Almost 9.4 million Obamacare customers were set to receive nearly $33 billion in tax credits to reduce their monthly premiums this year.
Time is running out if you're in search of retiree health-care and prescription drug coverage for next year.
If Aetna and Humana merge, will the 17 million seniors in the Medicare Advantage market be left with too little choice for health insurance?
The Senate majority leader said that it may take time for Republicans to come up with an alternative.
Zenefits, the $2 billion health insurance startup, has racked up nine-figure losses that are eroding its store of cash, BuzzFeed reports.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell speaks with Express Scripts chief medical officer Dr. Steve Miller about the role of pharmacy benefits managers in drug pricing.
UnitedHealth Group, Goldman Sachs, and Facebook stocks are making headlines this Wednesday morning on Wall Street.
Philip Morris International, the world's largest international tobacco company, could stop selling cigarettes, its CEO told the BBC.
UnitedHealth said it expected to earn between $9.30 and $9.60 per share in 2017, excluding items.
Overturning Obamacare without plunging the health system into chaos may be easier said than done.
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